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(Salem, OR)  --  Oregon lawmakers are considering a measure that would allow the City of Portland to permanently reduce speed limits on its residential streets.  Only the state currently has the authority to set speed limits, and supporters of the bill say it can take the state a year or more to get it done.  Under House Bill 2862, only the city of Portland would be allowed to permanently reduce speed limits on its neighborhood streets by five miles per hour.  The measure has been approved by the House and moves on to the Senate for debate.

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